The importance of food within Ifa [ Zella Palmer interviews Joseph Baba Ifa ]

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Jul 8, 2017
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Culture & Flavor Podcast Interview with Zella Palmer I Our Roots Podcast​

July 23, 2023

Joseph Baba Ifa is a Babalawo in the Yoruba Lucumi spiritual traditions of Cuba with over 20 years of experience in the Ifa and Orisha culture! Born in Hialeah, an area of Miami, FIorida many consider to be the capital of Ifa and Orisha practice in the United States, Baba was exposed to Ifa at a very young age. Through countless experiences that span over two decades, Baba has been able to identify key topics that help those with interest on their lfa journey. The desire to guide others is what motivated the creation of Our Roots podcast, a weekly podcast channel hosted by Joseph Baba Ifa with the goal to provide credible information. On this episode of Culture & Flavor, Zella and Joseph Baba Ifa discuss the integral role of food with the Orishas and Ifa practices from Cuba, Brazil, Nigeria, the Caribbean and the United States

Zella Palmer, is an author, professor, filmmaker, curator, scholar and the Chair and Director of the Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African-American Material Culture in New Orleans, Louisiana

The podcast interview will also be broadcasted on Joseph Baba Ifa's "Our Roots" Podcast.